Will Kim Richards be thrown in jail during The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season seven just as she was during season six? Fortunately for the child actress turned reality star, the answer to that question is "No." Weeks ago, reports claimed Richards had blown off her required Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, which she was ordered to attend in court earlier this year, but luckily, a judge didn't penalize her for doing so. Instead, as TMZ reported on August 24, her attorney proved during a recent court appearance that Richards had completed "most" of her required community service and gotten up to date with her AA meetings. Another probation hearing is scheduled for November.

During the hearing, Kim Richards will be expected to present a judge with proof that she has completed all of her court assignments.

Kim Richards stole $600 worth of items from a Los Angeles Target store

In August of last year, months after suffering an alcohol relapse, Kim Richards was arrested for shoplifting at Target. Months later, her co-stars were seen reacting to the shocking news during an episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. In early 2015, Richards succumbed to the pressures of her alcohol addiction and indulged in a wild night out at the Beverly Hills Hotel that resulted in an arrest. After years of sobriety, fans were shocked to hear of Richards' relapse and months later, it was reported that she had gotten the boot from her full-time role on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills prior to the start of filming on season six.

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Kim Richards returned to 'RHOBH' part-time after her arrest

Following Kim Richards' relapse, the mother of four returned to reality Television, but only in a part time role. As she and her daughter, Kimberly, filmed a Lifetime special about their mother-daughter relationship, Richards rejoined her co-stars for season six and appeared in a few episodes of the season. As for her potential role during the upcoming 7th season of the show, Bravo has yet to make any casting announcements.